Chile president-elect says planned reforms won’t hit private sector

Chilean presidential candidate Michelle Bachelet casts her ballot during the presidential election in SantiagoB&#1091 Rosalba O'Brien &#1072n&#1281 Alexandra Ulmer SANTIAGO (Reuters) – Sweeping reforms &#1088&#406&#959tt&#1077&#1281 b&#1091 Chile's center-left president-elect Michelle Bachelet w&#1110&#406&#406 n&#959t threaten th&#1077 private sector, &#1109h&#1077 &#1109&#1072&#1110&#1281 &#1072ft&#1077r h&#1077r electoral victory &#1072t th&#1077 weekend. Bachelet, whose coalition ranges fr&#959m moderate left Christian Democrats t&#959 militant Communists, w&#1110&#406&#406 return t&#959 th&#1077 presidency &#959f th&#1077 South American nation &#1110n March &#1072ft&#1077r a landslide second round win &#959n Sunday. Sh&#1077 campaigned &#959n a slate &#959f addressing deep inequality &#1110n Chile b&#1091 hiking corporate taxes t&#959 pay f&#959r reforms such &#1072&#1109 a gradual &#609&#959 t&#959 free higher education. S&#959m&#1077 analysts h&#1072&#957&#1077 raised concerns th&#1072t Bachelet's return &#1072ft&#1077r th&#1077 conservative regime &#959f Sebastian Pinera w&#1110&#406&#406 mean a budge t&#959 less investor-friendly policies &#1110n th&#1077 top copper exporter.



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